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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Apr 20, 2013 3:37am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Smell the truth - 420 recommendations

"That product was the best smoke i have ever sampled, smooth, tasty, a little choke on the tail end, blue smoke and a very relaxed and inspired high at the same time."

Hmm, maybe that little choke on the tail end and the blue smoke was from the buds being laced with something or not dry enough. Buds that aren't dried properly are very harsh though, and since you described it as smooth, with just a little choke on the end, I think you had some laced product dude. If you're exhaling straight blue smoke, that is not normal, and likely from a laced product.

If the smoke was blue while burning, but white once exhaled, then the blue smoke is being caused by the blunt or joint papers being used. It's possible that smoke could be slightly blue and still be ok, but if it's fairly blue, something has to be wrong with the buds.

"No such thing as a weed snob, the product is either good or not"
Whatever you say :-)

While that latter part is mostly true, everyone prefers a slightly different high, and every strain delivers a slightly different high. Not everybody is interested in just the most potent strains. That's why a lot of folks like Jack Herer I think. It's a great high, but not quite as potent as some other strains like Sour Diesel.

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Poster: dark.starz Date: Apr 21, 2013 7:31pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Smell the truth - 420 recommendations

“Hmm, maybe that little choke on the tail end and the blue smoke was from the buds being laced with something or not dry enough.”

I never use rolling papers and always tip the butane lighter sideways towards the bowl, not from above. The blue smoke that i’m referring to is the smoke that rises out of the pipe just after a toke. I’ve always found good Indica has a light blue haze to the smoke when viewed next to a lamp. After watching the idiots in high school ingest PCP at parties I choose to stay far away from laced anything.

I agree, there are some heavy strains out there today that are too strong, make one dizzy and have a nasty hangover and headache effect. I enjoy inspiration, not devastation.

"No such thing as a weed snob, the product is either good or not"
Whatever you say :-)

Adjectives - connoisseur, aficionado, gourmet, oenophile, snob, whichever label you wanna call yourself that fits your self-image is probably just an artifact of the THC psycho-active effect, yes? :-)



This post was modified by dark.starz on 2013-04-22 02:31:04

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